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gocard
01-31-2009, 06:04 PM
Went to the match today vs. Illinois. They are a really great team, lots of strong players. Hilary Barte is a powerhouse and I enjoyed watching her blasting winners from all over the court. The doubles matches were all pretty good too. If you're in the area I'd encourage you to go watch the matches! I'll be going to watch the men's team some time as well.

Fedace
01-31-2009, 06:09 PM
Fudge (ILL) d. Nguyen (STAN); 7-6 (3), 6-2.

What happened here ? why did Jessica lose ?
and isn't McVeigh a cutie ?

gocard
01-31-2009, 06:16 PM
Fudge's forehand is essentially all slice and Nguyen probably had trouble with it. Also, Fudge got a lot of shots back and Nguyen ended up making the errors. It was a really tight first set with some service breaks and then Fudge did well on the tiebreak.

Fedace
01-31-2009, 06:18 PM
Also when you go watch the men's. watch Alex and Ryan. Alex has some amazing weapons and Ryan is full of Pro potential..

Joeyg
02-01-2009, 05:53 AM
I know what you are FULL of, Dr. Fedace!

gocard
02-01-2009, 09:41 AM
I knew that when I posted this thread that there was a high probability of these comments... but I'm always going to be a fan of Stanford tennis regardless :) If anyone gets a chance to watch these two teams play, it is fantastic - great seats, and three matches going on at once so there is almost never a moment when there are no points being played! I just wish they had home meets on the weekends more often.

Julieta
02-01-2009, 02:51 PM
Went to the match today vs. Illinois. They are a really great team, lots of strong players. Hilary Barte is a powerhouse and I enjoyed watching her blasting winners from all over the court. The doubles matches were all pretty good too. If you're in the area I'd encourage you to go watch the matches! I'll be going to watch the men's team some time as well.

When Hillary was younger I thought she'd turn pro. Great player!

gocard
02-01-2009, 07:26 PM
Maybe she'll go pro after graduating. I read somewhere that she was going to go pro after HS but after a brief trial decided college was a better choice first. If she does go pro I'm a fan!

Fedace
02-01-2009, 07:51 PM
^^^Sorry but she isn't good enough to go Pro. No weapons.

Bash and Crash
02-01-2009, 09:15 PM
Fedace, did you play at Stanford or are you just a huge fan?

killR4hand
02-02-2009, 12:03 PM
Stanford women underclassmen.
1. Hilary Barte
2. Lindsay Burdette
3. Courtney Clayton
4. Veronica Li
5. Carolyn McVeigh
6. Jennifer Yen
7. Logan Hansen

Recruits coming in next year.
1. Stacey Tan
2. Mallory Burdette

9 players for 8 scholarships next year. Anyone have a guess who loses her scholarship or might transfer for next year?

Bash and Crash
02-02-2009, 01:13 PM
Stanford women underclassmen.
1. Hilary Barte
2. Lindsay Burdette
3. Courtney Clayton
4. Veronica Li
5. Carolyn McVeigh
6. Jennifer Yen
7. Logan Hansen

Recruits coming in next year.
1. Stacey Tan
2. Mallory Burdette

9 players for 8 scholarships next year. Anyone have a guess who loses her scholarship or might transfer for next year?

are they all full scholarship or do they split some anymore?

ClarkC
02-02-2009, 09:28 PM
are they all full scholarship or do they split some anymore?

No scholarship splitting for NCAA Division I women, only for men. NCAA Division I women's tennis is a head count sport, meaning that anyone receiving scholarship money counts 1.0 towards the 8.0 total. So, no more than 8 women on any roster get a penny of athletic scholarship money. Men's tennis is an equivalency sport, meaning that the partial scholarships are computed as fractional equivalents of full scholarships based on dollar amounts, etc. Men get 4.5 equivalent scholarships in Division I.

gocard
02-02-2009, 10:02 PM
^^ why is it done differently for men and women's teams, does anyone know?

Fedace
02-03-2009, 05:26 AM
Stanford women underclassmen.
1. Hilary Barte
2. Lindsay Burdette
3. Courtney Clayton
4. Veronica Li
5. Carolyn McVeigh
6. Jennifer Yen
7. Logan Hansen

Recruits coming in next year.
1. Stacey Tan
2. Mallory Burdette

9 players for 8 scholarships next year. Anyone have a guess who loses her scholarship or might transfer for next year?

Lots of sister connections here. C Clayton and M Burdette...:) How good is Stacey Tan ? Is she going to make a impact right away in her 1st year ?

ClarkC
02-03-2009, 08:21 AM
^^ why is it done differently for men and women's teams, does anyone know?

In order to allow schools to prove Title IX compliance by means of proportional scholarships, the NCAA sets higher limits on scholarships for many women's sports than men's sports. Men's soccer gets 9.9, women's soccer gets 12.0. For tennis, once the limit gets above about 6, they probably decided it made more sense to just have full scholarships rather than partials.

Julieta
02-03-2009, 01:01 PM
Lots of sister connections here. C Clayton and M Burdette...:) How good is Stacey Tan ? Is she going to make a impact right away in her 1st year ?

Stacey is very good. She's had some nice results on the circuit including wins over girls with much higher rankings. She did win a $10K a couple of years ago. She's had a couple of surprise losses too, matches I would have expected her to win, but she is still young.

Bash and Crash
02-03-2009, 01:01 PM
No scholarship splitting for NCAA Division I women, only for men. NCAA Division I women's tennis is a head count sport, meaning that anyone receiving scholarship money counts 1.0 towards the 8.0 total. So, no more than 8 women on any roster get a penny of athletic scholarship money. Men's tennis is an equivalency sport, meaning that the partial scholarships are computed as fractional equivalents of full scholarships based on dollar amounts, etc. Men get 4.5 equivalent scholarships in Division I.

thx, I knew the men split them up, didn't know women's was different.

Fedace
02-03-2009, 01:17 PM
Who are those girls practicing on Court #1 ? they are pretty good.

http://gostanford.cstv.com/livestats/tennis/StanfordTennis.html

Fedace
02-03-2009, 03:51 PM
Ryan Thacher and bradley Klahn on court 6. looks like practice..

http://gostanford.cstv.com/livestats/tennis/StanfordTennis.html